Well folks, I’m happy to return and report on what we’ve been working on for the last three months and the benchmark that we have now achieved.
However, before I do that, I want to recognize this time of year when graduation time is on the radar and congratulate all the graduating seniors for the accomplishment in their life. I remember my days graduating from Huntley Project High School in 1997 (yes, I know it was a long time ago). I thought that was a big milestone in my life, and it was at that time. It took me some years to go out into the real world and experience reality in order to appreciate the importance of going back to college to eventually finish two associate degrees and then transfer to Arizona State University to finish my four year Bachelor’s degree. However, I’ve found that I don’t stop learning
Nowadays, my education is applying what I’ve learned before to make my business, family and life better for me and those I now associate with. The only way I learned how to get out of poverty was by the education I received. It wasn’t easy but it was worth it and only helped me gain confidence in the next thing I set out to accomplish.
Just to prove that point of the importance of an education, my wife and I just finished a business read more
Billings- The City of Billings awarded Yellowstone County News in Monday night’s City Council meeting the legal advertising contract for the next contract period. In an extensive consent agenda and debate, discussion revolved around long standing tradition of where Billings’ … read more
So as the saying goes, “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get”, I feel like this week has been two steps forward and one step back. However, I’m determined to make lemonade … read more
Originally published in the print edition of the Yellowstone County News on 7/29/16. I thought it a fitting time to write about politics since it is the presidential campaign season along with our own local elections. From Trumpmania to our … read more
Wow, another year has come and gone! Where does all the time go? As we go into this New Year, it’s time to make (and break) New Year’s resolutions and mine, of course, is set to be completed… well, I … read more
Meander means: 1. To follow a winding and turning course: 2. To move aimlessly and idly without fixed a direction. 3. A circuitous journey or excursion; ramble. Often used in the plural. 4. An ornamental pattern of winding or intertwining … read more
So I’ve been trying to figure out a good transition from Becky’s Brewings (of which I personally enjoyed) to thoughts, current happenings in the communities, unique perspectives and ideas of my own. So while working the night shift last weekend … read more
Tom Richmond was elected this week by Yellowstone County Commissioners to represent House District 56 in the 2015 Legislative Session. County officials were given 3 names to choose from Monday’s Republican Central Committee meeting where each of 11 candidates were … read more
The article named “Becky’s Brewings to McNiven’s Meanderings” was originally published in the weekly Yellowstone County News in the November 26th edition. So I’ve been trying to figure out a good transition from Becky’s Brewings (of which I personally … read more
Huntley, MT – Jonathan and Tana McNiven of rural Huntley have purchased the weekly Yellowstone County Newspaper from Pete and Rebecca Robison of Huntley effective October 1st. The McNivens plan to keep the paper in the same location and format … read more